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Thursday, 28 November 2019 15:52

 

Questions in philosophy and critical thinking for students

Originally written as an ERASMUS programme exchange lecture in October-November 2019, this paper focuses on critical thinking in relation to questions which mattered in philosophy. Critical thinking is not primarily about criticism, as students sometimes wrongly assume. It may be identified with analytical thinking in which the knowledge and point of view of the questioner matter. It may be considered to be an approach to or a treatment of what is heard, read or perceived with  insight and question and answer while trying to understand in depth

 
Monday, 12 August 2019 14:42

 

12th Annual International Conference on Languages and  Linguistics

On the 8-11th of July 2019, 12th Annual International Conference on Languages and Linguistics, organised by the Languages and Linguistics Unit of the Athens Institute for Education and Research (ATINER), took place in Athens, Greece.

 
Saturday, 04 May 2019 08:24

 

53rd Annual International IATEFL Conference, Liverpool, UK

On 2-5 April 2019, 53rd Annual International IATEFL Conference was held in Liverpool, UK. A Pre-Conference Event (PCE) took place on the 1st of April 2019 at the ACC Centre in Liverpool, when members of Special Interest Groups (SIGs) presented.

   
Saturday, 04 May 2019 08:20

 

LKPA  FIPLV Internatiobnal Conference in Vilnius

On 7-8 June 2018, an international conference, “Teaching and Learning Languages in the 21st Century: Linguistic, Educational and Cultural Aspects” held jointly by the Institute of Foreign Languages of the Faculty of Philology (Vilnius University), Language Teachers’ Association of Lithuania (LKPA) and Federation Internationalle de Professeurs  des Langues Vivantes (FIPLV) of the Nordic-Baltic Region (NBR), took place in Vilnius. It was a truly international conference at which educationists and researchers from several countries shared their knowledge and experience in over 200 presentations.

 
Monday, 21 May 2018 15:50

 

Maxims and generalisations in modern literary prose

This paper aims to single out maxims and generalisations in two modern novels, to define their sense and significance and to identify the author's intellectual stance in the process. These units have been singled out by the functional contextual method.  To the degree in which generalisations and maxims exceeded their co-textual sense, they were assumed to signify the author's rationality, judgment and omniscient or philosophical stance. This study...

   

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